Probiotics – What Do Parents Need to Know?

May 12, 2017 by: Tsz-Yin So, PharmD, BCPS Article Tags:

In recent years, a lot of attention has been given to probiotics use in both adult and pediatric populations in the United States and around the world. Parents are especially curious about such use in their children. This article will give a concise overview of probiotics use in the pediatric population. Probiotics are nonpathogenic, live microorganisms…

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Dr. So graduated from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy with a doctorate degree in 2005.  He completed a 1st year pharmacy residency in acute care at the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in 2007 and a 2nd year specialty residency in pediatrics at the UNC Children's Hospital in 2008.  He currently is the pediatric clinical pharmacist at the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital. 

Tsz-Yin So

Tsz-Yin So, PharmD, BCPS